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Standard User Oliver341
(knowledge is power) Sat 07-Jan-12 14:05:23
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The person I'm checking for is also listed as FTTC on her cabinet. My guess is that the Openreach fibre rollout document should read FTTC/P for Eastbourne and not FTTP.

Oliver.
Standard User WWWombat
(committed) Tue 10-Jan-12 11:17:05
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BT have very firmly stated that you will get either FTTC or FTTP deployed, but not both - so you will never get the choice.

That statement is pretty definitive, at least for the current deployment. I'd expect the attitude to thaw in maybe another decade or so...
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Thu 09-Feb-12 00:48:34
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Today I noticed a new green cabinet next to the existing BT cabinet in my area. It had a warning saying 220 volts which I took to mean its a power cabinet and not a cable cabinet. It wasn't very large either about half the size of the existing cabinet.

Is this a FTTC BT cabinet or power for one? Eastbourne is on the list for the end of march currently.

I don't know what to look for or how to check the status so can anyone clear that up please? Thanks.


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Standard User Ribble
(member) Thu 09-Feb-12 01:15:09
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Sounds like a FTTC cabnet. They have a power compartment in the side where the warning sticker is.
Standard User Oliver341
(knowledge is power) Sat 24-Mar-12 21:20:51
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Update: the rollout document has indeed now been corrected to read FTTC/P for Eastbourne, rather than FTTP.


In reply to a post by Oliver341:
The person I'm checking for is also listed as FTTC on her cabinet. My guess is that the Openreach fibre rollout document should read FTTC/P for Eastbourne and not FTTP.


Oliver.
Standard User CJT
(committed) Sun 25-Mar-12 20:26:10
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In reply to a post by Oliver341:
Update: the rollout document has indeed now been corrected to read FTTC/P for Eastbourne, rather than FTTP.


In reply to a post by Oliver341:
The person I'm checking for is also listed as FTTC on her cabinet. My guess is that the Openreach fibre rollout document should read FTTC/P for Eastbourne and not FTTP.


So is Eastbourne getting a Mixture of BOTH depending where they are needed?

Am only curious as i am in Cooden which is YET to have anything Fibre related..

BTW if your in or around Eastbourne / Hastings, greetings smile

CJT.

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Standard User Oliver341
(knowledge is power) Sun 25-Mar-12 22:40:38
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Yeah, I'm in the Eastbourne area. Hi smile.

Not sure exactly what it happening with FTTP in Eastbourne. The most I know is that a company called CloudConnX has been awarded council money to develop it.

http://www.cloudconnx.net/

They've been kind of quiet though.

http://www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/news/business-news...

"The cutting-edge technology will cost the council £357,000 and is due to be launched in January 2012."

Hmm.

Oliver.

Edited by Oliver341 (Sun 25-Mar-12 22:41:22)

Standard User MadMan
(knowledge is power) Sun 25-Mar-12 22:55:20
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Greetings to you as well smile

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